June 21, 2016
The Children’s Protection Society (CPS) engaged Think HQ to promote the expansion of its programs and services to its key target audiences. With a focus on stakeholder relations and collateral development, activity undertaken by Think HQ has included:
- Developing and delivering donor/funder engagement strategy
- Event management support
- Development and delivery of internal and external communication strategies
- Creation of social media and website content
- Development and design of a range of collateral
- production of a number of videos to showcase CPS' research and services
- Development of media materials
- Media release distribution to promote launch of new programs
- Case study management.
March 09, 2016
Junior / Mid-Level Developer
Applications close: 18 March, 2016.
Full Time Are you keen to make a difference in the world through your digital creativity, programming nous and positivity?
Think HQ is a South Melbourne communications agency specialising in projects of substance. We work with some of Australia’s most well known not-for-profits and social change advocates.
We are seeking a full-time junior to mid-level developer who is enthusiastic to make a real change through their work and to have fun doing it. This is a Mon-Fri office-based role.
We provide digital solutions for our clients, including digital strategy, information architecture and content strategy, web design and technical development. The majority of your immediate work will be creating client websites and microsites.
How to apply for this job
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February 22, 2016
In 2015, Master Plumbers engaged Think HQ to provide media relations, event management and collateral development assistance for the inaugural 2015 Plumbing and Fire Industry Awards.
A joint initiative of the National Fire Industry Association (NFIA), the Plumbing Industry Climate Action Centre (PICAC) and the Plumbing Trades Employees Union (PTEU), the awards celebrated plumbing and fire protection professionals, and showcased women and Indigenous industry leaders.
Held at the RACV Club Melbourne, more than 350 industry professionals and dignitaries, including Opposition Leader Bill Shorten MP, attended the event.
The PR goal was to profile the plumbing and fire protection sectors through the placement of metropolitan and local news stories. Think HQ was also contracted to provide event planning assistance and event management on the night.
During the project, the Think HQ team collaborated with Master Plumbers to identify newsworthy angles of all nominees and developed case...Read More
January 11, 2016